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Learn how in-house legal teams are harnessing the power of big data to save costs, reduce compliance issues, and increase profitability by leveraging predictive analytics. READ MORE ›
In-house counsel face myriad challenges, with litigation and regulatory compliance giving them the worst nightmares. However, many legal departments are harnessing the mountains of data their company generates to address these obstacles and reduce threats to their bottom line.
Enter predictive analytics, which uses sophisticated technology to drill into large data sets and helps GCs turn seemingly random data into usable information. Through a variety of approaches, predictive analytics puts historical data at the fingertips of in-house counsel, helps save costs, reduces compliance issues, and increases profitability.
Download this white paper and learn how successful in-house counsel use predictive analytics to:
This kit contains five provisions to update your attorney fee agreements, service contracts, or retainer contracts to address today’s technology concerns. READ MORE ›
Modernizing your law firm requires more than just new technology. Updating your agreements to address today’s technology concerns is crucial.
Download this kit containing five optional provisions addressing a lawyer’s potential use of newer technology, billing, or legal requirements to secure private information, or to advise clients of file destruction policies.
Digital File Maintenance Clause
Disposition and Destruction of Client Files Clause
Disclaimer of Liability for Use of Cloud Storage or Technology Exposing Client Information to Hacking
Learn how Legal Analytics enables you to better select qualified and cost-efficient outside counsel, to quickly assess opposing counsel, and to drive effective data-backed litigation strategy. READ MORE ›
Accurate law firm and attorney performance assessment is essential to hiring the best outside counsel to handle your company’s cases. Legal Analytics changes the game, allowing in-house counsel to cut through the noise in firm pitches.
Download this case study and discover how Huawei’s U.S. Chief Intellectual Property Litigation Counsel leverages Legal Analytics to:
Confidently screen proposed litigation counsel when selecting a law firm
Reduce costs by finding qualified, less expensive, less well-known firms and lawyers
Quickly assess opposing parties and their counsel for early case assessment
Develop litigation strategy by utilizing big data analytics from their suit of apps
PLUS – you will also receive the Legal Analytics Apps Data Sheet to discover how the suite of tools can deliver answers for specific use cases (e.g., comparing courts, judges, or law firms), early case assessment, motion strategy, and patent portfolio evaluation.
This white paper outlines key considerations and steps for conducting an effective risk assessment that allows your company to address the legal and regulatory risks it faces. READ MORE ›
U. S. regulators increasingly expect companies to undertake a risk assessment process to ensure compliance programs are appropriate to the size, complexity, location and scope of business activities.
For companies operating in a complex, fast-moving and increasingly interconnected environment, it is essential to have a dynamic, risk-based corporate compliance program that evolves with the environment.
Download this white paper and start building a well-devised risk assessment process to that will help your organization identify vulnerabilities, manage and mitigate both legal and regulatory risks.
This overview includes:
Scoping the risk assessment and identifying who conducts it
Disaster down-time could cost your law firm hundreds of thousands of dollars in revenue. This paper outlines key considerations and best practices to use in devising your disaster recovery plan. READ MORE ›
Disasters of any kind, whether natural, man-made, or cyber, continually cost businesses billions of dollars in damages, down time and lost wages. Cybercrime alone is expected to cause economic damages of $6 trillion across the globe by 2021.
A small to mid-size law firms can expect to lose about $54,000 in billable revenue for just one hour of downtime due to any disaster. That number skyrockets to $200,000 for one week lost.
Learn how to develop a disaster recovery plan for your law firm using the tips and considerations outlined in this white paper, including:
What a well-thought-out disaster recovery plan looks like
Initial actions and steps effective plans should follow
Key questions and considerations for your plan
The cloud’s role in successful disaster preparedness and recovery
Be ready for disaster scenarios that are increasingly looking less like an if and more like a when.
Use this rule 26(f) meet and confer checklist to ensure you’re prepared to negotiate effectively and identify reasonable e-discovery terms. READ MORE ›
FRCP Rule 26(f) stipulates a conference of the parties so that they might plan for discovery.
The key to a successful meet and confer conference is preparation. Enter your next meeting armed with clear objectives and a deep knowledge of your case data to evolve this procedural obligation into a key tool for streamlining activities and proactively reducing e-discovery expenses.
Download this comprehensive checklist that outlines key questions and considerations to cover in these areas:
How potentially relevant information is being preserved
Deleting unneeded legacy data can produce long-term cost, time and efficiency benefits for any organization. Discover how to leverage defensible deletion to improve your business operations today. READ MORE ›
Many organizations have significant volumes of legacy data, in both electronic and hard copy form.
Significant portions of this data should be deleted to the extent that it is not subject to legal hold requirements, and does not serve a foreseeable business purpose.
Keeping less data can produce long-term benefits for any organization, including: reduced data storage costs, faster retrieval of information, improved efficiency of business operations, and reduced discovery time, costs and risk.
Download this white paper to learn:
How to develop a defensible deletion process
The importance of email usage and retention/disposition
A recent explosion in qui tam cases is costing corporate defendants billions. Learn how internal investigations can prevent, or mitigate the risk of an emerging qui tam action. READ MORE ›
The federal False Claims Act (FCA) allows private whistleblowers to sue companies on behalf of the federal government. In recent years, qui tam cases against corporate defendants have more than doubled with penalties in the billions.
By gaining a clear understanding of the FCA, fostering a culture of compliance and leveraging internal investigations, corporate counsel can ultimately limit government intervention and mitigate risk.
Download this white paper to learn:
Origins of qui tam and recent trends
The latest guidance from the DOJ
Proactive strategies to avoid FCA claims
How internal investigations help minimize liability
This infographic/data sheet combo provides a pulse on vital commercial litigation statistics today, and illustrates how you can predict the behavior of courts, judges, lawyers, and more. READ MORE ›
Drawing from the 2017 Commercial Litigation Report, which examines the key axes of legal data and their interactions (focused exclusively on litigation in the federal U.S. District Courts), this infographic delivers data and trends on:
Time to judgement
Top damages by type
Top plaintiffs, defendants, and law firm representation
Makeup of the commercial claims field
PLUS – Learn how you can leverage Legal Analytics to strengthen your strategy, tactics, and gain the winning edge by utilizing the power of data-driven insights and trends in commercial litigation. The data sheet provides an overview of:
Questions that Legal Analytics helps you answer
Unique commercial litigation data available for your firm to access
Insights on key legal services industry metrics that corporate counsel can use to guide decisions and actions. READ MORE ›
This 2018 edition of the CounselLink® trends report illustrates an up-to-date and detailed picture of how legal market dynamics are evolving. Insights are based on data derived from $30 billion in legal spending, 7 million invoices, and 1.7 million matters processed through the CounselLink platform.
Make confident corporate legal decisions based on the best data and analysis from expert contributors.
Download this report to learn:
Highlights from 6 guiding metrics
Market opportunities to negotiate firm rates
The top 5 cities with the highest partner rate growth
This guide goes beyond the basic best practices and provides some practical guidance on how to go about developing an eDiscovery program inside the company firewall and live to talk about it. READ MORE ›
For most in-house counsel, terms like metadata, terabytes, forensic images, and email archives didn’t exist when you were in law school. All the legal and risk management theory in the world won’t matter when you’re trying to convince a manager why you need 12 more servers for your discovery efforts.
So how is this guide different from the numerous best practice treatises, articles that outline case law requirements, and tools that can be utilized for setting up a successful ediscovery program?
This guide is different because it addresses the practical application of these great principles to a profit-making entity. Because let’s face it, the corporation exists for one thing - its bottom line. This guide is your key to developing a discovery program inside the company firewall.
Download now for:
Tips for each lifecycle phase of the eDiscovery reference model
Key questions to ask when developing each phase
Best practices for setting up a bottom line focused In-House eDiscovery program
Not your traditional buyer’s guide. This guide provides legal professionals a process to follow to identify their needs and choose the best e-discovery solution to meet them. READ MORE ›
In-house legal teams charged with purchasing e-discovery technology must choose wisely among solutions with expensive price tags and competing claims. With document archives often containing petabytes of data, the cost and time savings that e-discovery technology can achieve cannot be ignored.
This guide provides pivotal insight from independent and in-house e-discovery experts along with step-by-step instructions on how to buy software that fits your organizational needs.
Download this guide to receive
Facts and data to make a business case of e-discovery technology
Six-step guide to identify your needs, evaluate options and choose a technology solution